Asus already has a wearable device, Zenwatch, in its product portfolio but a report suggest the company may launch a number of new wearable in the coming months.
A report from Focus Taiwan suggests that Asus will unveil three more wearables in 2015, which will cater different price points.
The report further mentions that CEO Jerry Shen dropped a hint that company is planning to launch a second generation ZenWatch which will feature a similar set of features as the Gear S so it can operate without the need of a smartphone. The alleged wearable is expected to launch in the third quarter of 2015.
Furthermore, the Taiwanese company is also expected to unveil two more wearable devices with a lower price tag, and will focus on measuring health-related metrics such as calorie count, steps taken, and more. There’s no word about its launch, pricing or availability.
There’s no word about the specifications of the second generation ZenWatch either, but it should come with Android Wear, water-resistance, and bump in the internals. We’ll update you as soon as the company announces the wearables.